Hostal Mare Nostrum
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the arc de triomph, miniature Barcelona version. We then finished out extremely long day of walking by going to the cathedral to see the geese! Now we are currently on the train to Nice, France for the rest part of the trip, before Sam heads home. We had a change plans slightly and skip the night at Carcassonne as the French trains aren't running over the weekend between Marseille and Nice for track maintenance. So we are on a train for about 8.5 hours!
... through the labyrinth of people and streets, stopping along the way in a few shops, finally making our way to a Tapas place I had heard about as being quite good. We entered only to find that it was a standing only bar. We had all been on our feet on the hard ground for a while and, Jenny especially, wanted to take a load off. I suggested we go and try and find another place but when the waitress walked past with two platters of tapas (one a small sausage on a slice of baguette and ...
... Most of the crew were coincidentally checking out of Sant Jordi the following day so this was like a last hurrah. And what a hurrah it was! Between those mentioned above, and a few more who's names have left me, all up we orders 60 tequila shots!
After the pub had closed and we were all kicked out of he premises, we joined the large crowd of people loitering in the street. We were gathered at a 'X' intersection of one of the narrow Barcelona back streets and everyone ...
... the beach front. Here is where we enjoyed yummy 'Carabian Chicken Salads' (the avocado was the real winner of this dish) and refreshing freshly squeezed juices. We even managed to receive special attention from the cut (not so Spanish?) waiter with a skilfull and perfected flutter of the eyelashes. - During the 8 hour long bus ride from Barcelona to Madrid we stocked up with the usual food and munchies, however with the addition of much anticipated crunchy peanut ...
... this park features many works of wonder, including a serpentine-shaped bench, stunning views over the city and a mosaic dragon at the park's entrance. Goodbye to our last Mediterranean Port. During the night we continued to navigate southward passing west of the Spanish Balearics Islands and through the Canal De Ibiza, a stretch of water that separates these islands from the Spanish East ...